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, and the search for survivors. new word that lawyers for jodi arias tried to quit her case after a jury convicted her of killing her ex-boyfriend. plus, today in court, the battle for her life. >> our minds are permanently stained with the images of our poor brother's throat slit from ear to ear. >> shepard: does she deserve to die for that crime. >> each of you get to make your own moral assessment for what is correct. >> shepard: question of mercy for a murderer. a toddler in a stroller tumbles to the tracks and mom rushes to rescue the child. >> i was so frightened for her. >> now it turns out it was a passenger on the platform who may have saved the day. >> but first from fox this thursday night, another top irs official is on the way out because of what the president of the united states calls inexcusable conduct. the official that ran the division that targeted conservative groups says he will retire next month. the president says he forced out the acting commissioner last night. and now he has chosen a new chief. news conference a reporter from bloomberg news asked the president where he o
." stick around. >>> coming up next, jodi arias may learn her fate. will she live or die? live to phoenix, next. ♪ new beneful medley's... ...in tuscan, romana, and mediterranean style varieties. just mix it in... ...and take play to new places. three cans in every pack. new beneful medley's. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> now to arizona. later today, jurors in the jodi arias trial will hear arguments about why her life should be spared. casey wian with more from phoenix. >> we, the jury, upon our oath, find that the aggravating factor especially cruel has been profession. >> reporter: jodi arias sat solemnly as the jury decided she is eligible for a death sentence. the aggravating factor fades of a process that will you the mul determine her sentence. the county medical examiner, family and friends of victim victim travis alexander fought back tears. martinez displayed graphic images of alexander's body on giant screens that showed dozens of stab wounds. one so deep it punctured a vain going to his heart that produced a gusher of blood and several to the head that dented his skull.
lucky numbers tomorrow night. >>> that phoenix jury that convicted jodi arias of first degree murder said she's eligible for the death penalty. they said she killed her lover travis alexander in an especially cruel manner confirming death penalty status there. jurors will hear from arias friends and family as they decide whether she should die or get life in prison. attorneys for ariel castro say he'll plead not guilty. the cleveland man is accused of imprisoning three women in his home for more than a decade. 52-year-old castro is facing kidnapping and rape charges and being held on $8 million bail. on thursday castro's attorneys said their client has been, quote, demonized in the media and they are concerned over his ability to receive a fair trial. >>> now more on our top story. the severe weather that brought deadly tornadoes to texas and also brought some texas-sized hail. there were reports of hail as large as grapefruit in the mineral wells area causing damage to vehicles and windows. nbc's bill karins, i was worried about you, but you're by the weather center wall. lots of tw
actually land people in jail? >>> it's a blockbuster trial date. o.j. simpson and jodi arias both set to testify in their high-profile court battles. the first time o.j. takes the stand in any trial as jodi arias will make a last-ditch attempt to save her life. >>> the backlash against abercrombie & fitch reaches a fever pitch. a new movement growing now to give the clothes to the homeless as kirstie alley rails over their thin customers only policy overnight. >>> breaking new details on angelina jolie revealing she's set for even more life-saving surgery after her double mastectomy. her doctor outlining every step this morning as brad pitt speaks out now about her courageous decision. >>> and good morning, everyone. robin off today. great to have amy robach here and another explosive story developing right now, that american official thrown out of russia accused of being a spy. you see him right there and the u.s. ambassador, michael mcfaul summoned overnight to the russian foreign ministry walking in. >> let's look at what everyone is talking about. the wig, there it is, russia clai
and benghazi controversies. >>> plus, convicted murderer jodi arias is eligible for the death penalty. >>> the power jackpot climbs to over $400 million and a deer plows through the window of a bus. >>> we begin with vie lept weather in texas where a tornado outbreak turned deadly. dozens of homes were destroyed and numerous trees uproaded. this morning six people are confirmed dead and dozens injured with officials expecting the number of casualties to rise. the storms cut through austin up through dallas-ft. worth to the oklahoma border. the city of granbury, 70 miles southwest of the dallas border, bore the brunt of the damage. the tornado roared through like a train. >> it is rough. very rough. everything is demolished. >> what was it like when it hit? >> hell. >> the houses are no more. they're all leveled from the destruction from one to ten, it's probably about a ten. >> i mean there's nothing left over there hardly. >> the granbury storm is one of three confirmed twisters in the area according to the national weather service. we'll have the national forecast in just a few minu
walls. for murderer jodi arias, freedom knot an option, but the dealt penalty is. joining me now to talk about the cases coming to a head out west want trial attorney jami floyd. so o.j. is on the stand. he wasn't in 2008, getting personal saying it was memorabilia he was looking for in las vegas that day and he described a phone call from an azantance when he first learned about the things that had been taken. >> in this his words, his daughter died, pictures of your mom and dad who passed. they have family albums of your mother and that's when i got interested. >> i read so many stories from people in that courtroom. they described him as emotional, believable. how much is this about him him coming off about someone believable and likable? >> this is the testimony we should have heard in the trial. he did not testify at trial. this is the testimony essentially he would have given and it does so essentially to the law. what was his state of mind at the time he went into that room? but the issue here is different. the issue here is whether his ineffective assistance of council as he clai
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testifying in his bid for a new trial on armed robbery charges while today jurors in the jodi arias case consider the ultimate punishment after finding her eligible for the death penalty. we'll begin in phoenix with diana alvear. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as the judge explained to the jurors, all murders are considered cruel by definition, but did travis alexander suffer during his 2008 death at the hands of jodi arias? >> we the jury, duly impaneled find that the the aggravating factor, especially cruel has been proven. >> reporter: the jury took three hours to decide that the way jodi arias killed her boyfriend, travis alexander fit the court's definition. arias was convicted may 8th of premeditated murder. >> as to count one, first-degree murder, guilty. >> reporter: after the verdict, she told a local station she prefers a death sentence to life in prison. >> i believe death is the ultimate freedom. so i'd rather just have my freedom as soon as i can get it. >> reporter: arias stabbed alexandre 27 times, slashed his throat, and after he was already dead, shot hi
in the second phase of the jodi arias murder trial. it only took an hour and a half for them to find that arias was cruel when she stabbed, shot, and nearly decapitated her ex-boyfriend, travis alex ander in 2008. that word cruel was crucial. they had to agree on that and do so unanimously to open up the possibility of a death sentence. now they've done. that they can choose death. that is the next phase of the trial. but our senior legal analyst says the next stage is a lot more complicated challenge for the prosecution because they have to show arias deserves no mercy. that last phase is expected to go on for about a week. >>> today marks exactly one month since the boston marathon bombing and while it was day of remembrance, a new controversy is brewing. 13 deputy fire chiefs say their chief didn't show leadership that day. today the mayor addressed their letter of no confidence in which letter of no confidence in which they allege the chief has become a spectator at emergency scenes. he says his fire commissioner is looking into the allegations and will need answers before deciding what to
. sleep number. comfort individualized >> greta: an arizona jury decides jodi arias is eligible for the death penalty. today the prosecutor trying to show she murdered her ex-boyfriend in a cruel and heinous way. >> she made sure she killed him >> she made sure that we killed him by stabbing him over and over and over again and then finishing him off by slicing his throat. it is also sure that during this vicious attack mr. alexander suffered. mr. alexander suffered paib every time that knife went into his body. >> tomorrow, the penalty phase of the trial begins, after more witness testimony, the jury will decide whether arias should be executed or spend life in prison. if you were on that jury, would you vote life or death? go to gretawire.com and tell us now. we are back in 2. lets you hear d even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultraugged ocera torque
, it was jodi arias' turn to listen as travis alexander's brother and sister told the court how his brutal killing had ripped the heart out of their family. >>> we start, though, tonight in north texas where at least 13 tornadoes touched down last night, 13. a terrifying night for everyone in their path. this is what it looked like on the ground. take a look. >> dude, look at that! it's right above us! right above us! film right above us! literally look straight up! >> oh, my god! oh, my goodness! [ bleep ]. >> the 13 funnels touched down, they unleashed their fury.
fogle was found with a letter promising millions for cooperation. >>> jodi arias returns to a phoenix courtroom. today, the jury begins deciding whether she should get the death penalty for killing her former boyfriend. arias says she would rather die than spend life in prison. >>> the powerball jackpot has grown to $360 million before tonight's drawing. as for last night's mega millions, $170 million up for grabs. but no one won it. friday's jackpot now jumped to $190 million. those are just some of our top stories on this wednesday, may 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> we'll know if diana perez wins the jackpot. ratting you out right here. she said, "if i win, i'm not coming in. i'm not even breaking stride. never again." >> you will never see this mug again. >> i would keep it a secret. at least i would come in for a little while. take care of business. >> bosses know they will never see the mug again. if i win. not even -- >> not a hug, nothing. you will be gone. >> i will send you a nice present. that will be your c
los angeles. >> stephanie: you don't know anything. >> i know. >> stephanie: jody arias wanted to withdraw from the case but the judge denied them. she gave an interview to fox right after the trial saying she would like to be executed which is apparently unhelpful in legal circumstances. speaking of trials i don't want to miss this one. donald trump was on the stand at a chicago trial. >> huge! huge trial! >> stephanie: he is accused of fleecing old ladies. [♪breaking news theme♪] >> stephanie: okay. making false promises to an 87-year-old investor to get her to purchase condos. >> i encouraged her to purchase condoms. >> stephanie: he raised his voice and the judge scolded both he and the attorney and ordered them to behave. trump insisted he couldn't remember when key business decisions were made or by whom or even if he was present. >> yeah. >> stephanie: telling jurors neither he nor his top executives kept notes. he delicates the responsibilities. prince will not discuss marriage equality. he gave an interview with the minneapolis star tribune. one thi
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